Tools for Your Search

BCS provides you with an array of resources to support you in your job search. Your adviser can help you maximize your usage of these valuable resources.

Our Services


Individual Advising. Advisers can help you make good career decisions that match your values, interests and skills. They can also offer advice on resumes, cover letters, networking, interviews, and assessing job offers.
Career Resource Library. Located in 1033 BIF, this small reference library contains information on careers in business, resumes and cover letters.
On-Campus Recruiting. Every year, thousands of interviews take place on campus. To participate in on-campus recruiting, stay on top of I-Link.
Career Fairs. Business Career Fairs are held each semester and host up to 100 different companies each day.
Information Sessions. Company information sessions provide a good opportunity to explore and network with company representatives.
Career Development Workshops. These workshops address special topics on career planning including resume preparation, interviewing, and employment search techniques.
Mock Interview Programs. Practice your interview skills and build self-confidence by participating in a mock interview with BCS staff and/or with employers.
Employer Forum Series. Explore different career paths by meeting alumni from various industries in a series of panel discussions.
Undergraduate Job Shadow Program. (Freshmen and Sophomores only) Take a look at a company or industry by 'shadowing' professionals through a normal day on the job.
Salary Info and Statistics. Statistics are available by major for full-time and internship offers.

Online Resources

Company and Industry Information


Salary Research


Job Boards


Below is a partial list of popular job boards and engines on the web. You can view a more extensive list here.

Other Resources

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